18 Burst results for "Bell Day"

"bell day" Discussed on Baseball Together Podcast

Baseball Together Podcast

05:02 min | 1 year ago

"bell day" Discussed on Baseball Together Podcast

"Have a guy like that. Come in to build that. Give bell josh bell day off. I feel like it's pretty pretty beneficial to for sure so for sure because you're not really you're not really having a major drop-off inability there know for sure. I totally i. Yeah i actually totally forgot about the deal. But when i saw i thought it was really interesting for the future the nets. Yeah so good or they ll a couple of eggs and joshua's like i'm out they could it could it could be you know 'cause 'cause they traded for them and Yeah i think he has promoted. He has another two years on his deal but he could be out at this. I chance if you if you really wanted to if they were terrible. Yeah yeah and with that. I bet once auto probably would do well if that's the way it goes the app then i don't know i don't know that's that's an interesting one to watch interesting guy to watch this next year baseball family. We want to hear from you though why. Why don't you tell us what you're excited about. What trade deals or free agency hangup serve are really bothering you. Are you as bothered about this. Dj lemay who things. I am because i would just love to hear about it. You are brings you joy then. I don't wanna hear about it so just leave me alone. But i i heard mike barnes just dealing in. My pain is what it was. That's what that was. Thanks mike i feel you all the way from phoenix cow so malevolent. All the way out there. It's the some that might be mine too. I'll be honest you. Oh because you're there to you guys is so now. There's like this epicenter of law. Anyway i think we're going to start the anti yankees fan club. The phoenix chapter. We'll meet monthly with podcast episode. Every how about that. See all man you gotta you just got to do that and then come up with a name though. Yeah the league of something. Something something and then i will come the league of extraordinary yankee hater says the there you go. That's that's perfect and you're welcome. Also i will do my own podcast monthly as response. Yes the early give extraordinary yankees fans got to do this monthly podcast baseball family. We're not gonna really unveil anything right now but we do have some cool things coming down the pipe bachelor this year Probably once the season gets closer. We'll talk more about it but we got some fun stuff coming at you this year or excited for twenty twenty one. We're excited for a full season baseball. And we're excited to be able to bring you some fun new things so stay tuned on that stuff. He works it can also stay tuned on social media as well and don't forget to jump on the shop at nine plus us dot com. That's nine p. l. us us dot com..

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"bell day" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"bell day" Discussed on WTOP

"Open fast, easy and fresh. The Ledo Pizza family is ready to take your order. Ledo Pizza is square because Ledo Pizza never cuts corners. I'm Rita Kessler. W T o p traffic. W GOP 40 forecast from Chuck The Bell Days of summer started yesterday. They continue on until the 22nd of August. Lots of heat and humidity in the forecast a 60% chance of a rain shower or thunderstorm today afternoon highs, mostly in the low nineties. Over the course of the Friday in the weekend, more humidity and higher temperatures for the weekend. For sure, Friday might be only the second time this month. The DC stays below 90 degrees. The forecast for your Friday 89 with a 40% chance for rain Saturday and Sunday should be mainly dry, but plenty hot human high temperature 92 Saturday and then back up into the mid nineties with not much of a rain chance to cool things down for both Sunday and Monday. We're going to be keeping a close eye on the tropics as well. The tropical Storm Hanna in the Gulf of Mexico, headed to the Texas coast over the weekend. I'm storm Team four meteorologist Chuck Bell for w T. O p Sonny and steamy 88 degrees right now in Washington. As we head to the low nineties, 1 51 the U. S. Has ordered China's consulate in Houston closed and now we're learning Maura about why it was shut down by now is the question everyone is asking and why Houston. We know that one weighs US headquarters is located in Plano, Texas. They also know there is a significant amount of attention. Shall we say being focused on wall always activities in that area, one source pointed out. There is a link between Huawei's activities which are believed to be illegal and the consulate and that's a big part of why it's being shut down and being done now. W. GOP's.

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"bell day" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"bell day" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Can do that all day all rights are K. away Brancusi insider that is Brenda crystal he joins us in studio next it's K. away the voice of Colorado John Morris you to check your drive we got a big problem on the west side of down to take a minute to explain how we got a truck fire that's closed eastbound I. seventy at highway fifty eight in the wheat ridge area that's that big curfew hit right before you hit ward wrote I was telling you to take young field up to forty fourth and then over and you'll see an entrance to the highway but now they close young feel to fight the fire so your detours are you could take Colfax all traffic being kicked off a Denver west right now for eastbound I. seventy take Colfax east either Kipling which is pretty jammed up or what's worth which is also pretty busy or you could use Sixth Avenue off of I seventy into downtown but be aware there's a stall on east bound the Sixth Avenue near Indiana that's got the right lane blocked and part of that offering a block big problems on the west side of town but you need some good news so I seventy has re opened or is re opening up in the high country I think westbound is open now they're working to clear eastbound this is or Vail pass first go to Vail they're doing a lot of avalanche control other problems you drive right lane blocked and part of that off ramp and flattered from each about thirty six east bound boulder turnpike at thirty six that crash you got your back to back to the castle east bell day seven eight still got big delays out of downtown because of a crash at two two five that was in the right lane and it looks like your drive from downtown in the Texan another very busy Dr the crash south on I. twenty five at Alameda gone stalls sell but I twenty five a Colfax left lane fox.

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"bell day" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"bell day" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"This is coast to coast AM with Ian Punnett Michael the rock soon the not many that many tunes from that era especially for Motown feature of books to this that's cool too and you could see the theme of course from our bumpers tonight bringing this back to that first hour discussion we're having about Monty Python Monty Python speaks it's the new version of the book it's been out for a little while but its expanded David Morgan is the author and it's a great oral history of the guy's a Monty Python reflecting back on the creation of the show but some of the unique aspects of it it was really it was it was a fun interview if you missed it go back and you can hear it if you're a coast insider we can just go back and listen to any show anytime you're never bound to space and time and and of course then there's the the vault to which you will have access to great old art bell shows as having a conversation this week on Twitter somebody at the compound it was asking about some of those old art bell days that it's it's intriguing I'm I don't think many people really fully understand how it was that the show came together did that even with our having written about it and with other articles having come out over the years about the creation of coast to coast there's a few mysteries there I was enjoying exploring that on on Twitter so if you want to please feel free to connect to me there we get off the air tonight but we will get back to the open lines been quite it show tonight ups and downs both comedy and and tears and we'll see where you're going to take the show coming up next on coast to coast AM this is the end product.

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"bell day" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"bell day" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Ian Punnett that Michael love the rock but soon the not that many that many tunes from that era especially for Motown feature a bus to I love the such cool too and you could see the theme of course from our bumpers tonight bringing this back to that first hour discussion we're having about Monty Python Monty Python speaks it's the new version of the book it's been out for a little while but its expanded David Morgan is the author and it's a great oral history of the guy's a Monty Python reflecting back on the creation of the show and some of the unique aspects of it when it was really it was it was a fun interview if you missed it go back and you can if you're a coast insider we can just go back and listen to any show anytime you're never bound to space and time and and of course then there's the the vault to which you will have access to great old art bell shows as having a conversation this week on Twitter somebody at the compound it was asking about some of those old art bell days and it's it's intriguing I don't think many people really fully understand how it was that the show came together the even with our having written about it hi and with other articles having come out over the years about the creation of coast to coast there's a few mysteries there and I was enjoying exploring that on the on Twitter so if you want to please feel free to connect to me there we get off the air tonight but we'll get back to the open lines been quite it show tonight ups and downs both comedy and and tears and we'll see where you're going to take the show coming up next on coast to coast AM this is the end product.

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"bell day" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"bell day" Discussed on KGO 810

"The rock was soon not many many tunes from that era especially for Motown feature of books to I love the that's cool too and you could see the theme of course from our bumpers tonight bringing this back to that first hour discussion we're having about Monty Python Monty Python speaks it's the new version of the book it's been out for a little while but its expanded David Morgan is the author and it's a great oral history of the guy's a Monty Python reflecting back on the creation of the show and some of the unique aspects of it when it was really it was it was a fun interview if you missed it go back and you can hear it if you're a coast insider we can just go back and listen any show anytime you're never bound to space and time and and of course then there's the the vault to which you will have access to great old art bell shows as having a conversation this week on Twitter somebody at the compound it was asking about some of those old art bell days and it's it's intriguing I'm I don't think many people really fully understand how it was that the show came together did that even with art having written about it and with other articles having come out over the years about the creation of coast to coast there's a few mysteries there and I was enjoying exploring that on on Twitter so if you want to please feel free to connect to me there we get off the air tonight but we will get back to the open lines been quite it show tonight ups and downs both comedy and and tears and we'll see where you're going to take the show coming up next on coast to coast AM this is the end product.

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"bell day" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"bell day" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Not many not many tunes from that era especially for Motown feature of books to the floor that's cool too and you could see the theme of course from our bumpers tonight bring this back to that first hour discussion we're having about Monty Python Monty Python speaks it's the new version of the book it's been out for a little while but its expanded David Morgan is the author and it's a great oral history of the guy's a Monty Python reflecting back on the creation of the show and some of the unique aspects of it when it was really it was it was a fun interview if you missed it go back and you can hear it on if your coast insider we can just go back and listen any show anytime you're never bound to space and time and and of course then there's the the vault to which you have access to great old art bell shows as having a conversation this week on Twitter somebody at the compound it was asking about some of those old art bell days and it's it's intriguing I'm I don't think many people really fully understand how it was that the show came together did that even with our having written about it and with other articles having come out over the years about the creation of coast to coast there's a few mysteries there I was enjoying exploring that on the on Twitter so if you want to please feel free to connect to me there we get off the air tonight but we will get back to the open lines been quite it show tonight ups and downs both comedy and and tears and we'll see where you're going to take the show coming up next on coast to coast AM this is the end product real people real stories I had an appointment with again and he was told me what he was going to do and it was just absolutely horrendous I came out of my car and I called and canceled my surgery and problem on my skin went away and I cough twenty four hours a day I saw three different call knowledges and they could do nothing you had mentioned to me about president Reagan had I ordered one one one we my coffee hi a bruising and contents all over my arms you know three weeks after I was on the floor I know you're looking at my I don't have any bruises on my arms around I can't put my finger on it but I know something's happening yeah it has to be accountable or we're talking about the power of waking up your immune system which as you heard as incredible healing powers and make no mistake this is the most versatile application to address all of.

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"bell day" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"bell day" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"I love the rock not that many that many tunes from that era especially for Motown feature a bus to I just love the such cool too and you could see the theme of course from our bumpers tonight bringing us back to that first hour discussion we're having about Monty Python Monty Python speaks it's the new version of the book it's been out for a little while but its expanded David Morgan is the author and it's a great oral history of the guy's a money python reflecting back on the creation of the show and some of the unique aspects of it it was really it was it was a fun interview if you missed it go back and you can hear it if your coast insider we can just go back in this any show anytime you're never bound to space and time and and of course then there's the the vault to which you have access to great old art bell shows as having a conversation this week on Twitter somebody at the compound it was asking about some of those old art bell days and it's it's intriguing I don't think many people really fully understand how it was that the show came together the even with our having written about it and with other articles have become out over the years about the creation of coast to coast there's a few mysteries there and I was enjoying exploring that on on Twitter so if you want to please feel free to connect to me there we get off the air tonight but we'll get back to the open lines it's been quite a show tonight ups and downs both comedy and and tears and we'll see where you're going to take the show coming up next on coast to coast AM this is the end product.

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"bell day" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"bell day" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Love the rock but soon the not many that many tunes from that era especially for Motown feature a bus to I love the such cool too and you could see the theme of course from our bumpers tonight bringing this back to that first hour discussion we're having about Monty Python Monty Python speaks it's the new version of the book it's been out for a little while but its expanded David Morgan is the author and it's a great oral history of the guy's a Monty Python reflecting back on the creation of the show and some of the unique aspects of it when it was really it was it was a fun interview if you missed it go back and you can if you're a coast insider we can just go back and listen to any show anytime you're never bound to space and time and and of course then there's the the vault to which you will have access to great old art bell shows as having a conversation this week on Twitter somebody at the compound it was asking about some of those old art bell days and it's it's intriguing I'm I don't think many people really fully understand how it was that the show came together they even with our having written about it and with other articles having come out over the years about the creation of coast to coast there's a few mysteries there and I was enjoying exploring that on on Twitter so if you want to please feel free to connect to me there we get off the air tonight but we'll get back to the open lines been quite it show tonight ups and downs both comedy and and tears and we'll see where you're going to take the show coming up next on coast to coast AM this is the end product.

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"bell day" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"bell day" Discussed on WTVN

"I love the rock soon the not that many not many tunes from that era especially from Motown feature of Basu I love the such cool too and you could see the theme of course from our bumpers tonight bringing us back to that first hour discussion we're having about Monty Python Monty Python speaks it's the new version of the book it's been out for a little while but its expanded David Morgan is the author and it's a great oral history of the guy's a Monty Python reflecting back on the creation of the show and some of the unique aspects of it it was really it was it was a fun interview if you missed it go back and you can if you're a coast insider we can just go back and listen to any show anytime you're never bound to space and time and and of course then there's the the vault to which you have access to great old art bell shows as having a conversation this week on Twitter somebody at the compound it was asking about some of those old art bell days and it's it's intriguing I'm I don't think many people really fully understand how it was that the show came together they even with our having written about it hi and with other articles having come out over the years about the creation of coast to coast there's a few mysteries there and I was enjoying exploring that on on Twitter so if you want to please feel free to connect to me there we get off the air tonight but we'll get back to the open lines did quite a show tonight ups and downs both comedy and and tears and we'll see where you're going to take the show coming up next on coast to coast AM this is the end product.

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"bell day" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"bell day" Discussed on 600 WREC

"I love the rock soon the not that many that many tunes from that era especially for Motown feature of Basu I just love the such cool to add you could see the theme of course from our bumpers tonight bringing this back to that first hour discussion we're having about Monty Python Monty Python speaks it's the new version of the book it's been out for a little while but its expanded David Morgan is the author and it's a great oral history of the guy's a money python reflecting back on the creation of the show and some of the unique aspects of it it was really it was it was a fun interview if you missed it go back and you can hear it if you're a coast insider we can just go back and listen to any show anytime you're never bound to space and time and and of course then there's the the vault to which you will have access to great old art bell shows as having a conversation this week on Twitter somebody at the compound it was asking about some of those old art bell days and it's it's intriguing I don't think many people really fully understand how it was that the show came together did that even with our having written about it hi and with other articles having come out over the years about the creation of coast to coast there's a few mysteries there and I was enjoying exploring that on on Twitter so if you want to please feel free to connect to me there we get off the air tonight but we'll get back to the open lines good quite it show tonight ups and downs both comedy and and tears and we'll see where you're going to take the show coming up next on coast to coast AM this is the end product.

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"bell day" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"bell day" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"The rock was soon not many many tunes from that era especially for Motown feature of buses to I just love the such cool too and you could see the theme of course from our bumpers tonight bringing us back to that first hour discussion we're having about Monty Python Monty Python speaks it's the new version of the book it's been out for a little while but its expanded David Morgan is the author and it's a great oral history of the guy's a Monty Python reflecting back on the creation of the show and some of the unique aspects of it when it was really it was it was a fun interview if you missed it go back and you can hear it if you're a coast insider we can just go back and listen any show anytime you're never bound to space and time and and of course then there's the the vault to which you will have access to great old art bell shows as having a conversation this week on Twitter somebody at the compound it was asking about some of those old art bell days and it's it's intriguing I'm I don't think many people really fully understand how it was that the show came together did that even with our having written about it and with other articles having come out over the years about the creation of coast to coast there's a few mysteries there and I was enjoying exploring that on the on Twitter so if you want to please feel free to connect to me there we get off the air tonight but we'll get back to the open lines been quite it show tonight ups and downs both comedy and and tears and we'll see where you're going to take the show coming up next on coast to coast AM this is the end product.

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"bell day" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"bell day" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"The rock not many that many tunes from that era especially for Motown feature of two that's cool too and you could see the theme of course from our bumpers tonight bringing this back to that first hour discussion we're having about Monty Python Monty Python speaks it's the new version of the book it's been out for a little while but its expanded David Morgan is the author and it's a great oral history of the guy's a Monty Python reflecting back on the creation of the show and some of the unique aspects of it it was really it was it was a fun interview if you missed it go back and you can hear it on if your coast insider we can just go back and listen to any show anytime you're never bound to space and time and and of course then there's the the vault to which you have access to great old art bell shows as having a conversation this week on Twitter somebody at the compound it was asking about some of those old art bell days that it should it's intriguing I'm I don't think many people really fully understand how it was that the show came together did that even with our having written about it and with other articles having come out over the years about the creation of coast to coast there's a few mysteries there I was enjoying exploring that on on Twitter so if you want to please feel free to connect to me there we get off the air tonight but we will get back to the open lines been quite it show tonight ups and downs both comedy and and tears and we'll see where you're going to take the show coming up next on coast to coast AM this is the end product.

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"bell day" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"bell day" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Of control leading some to to some evacuations of some homes up in that area will have that in a moment checking to drive the right now we go to that K. widget copter check in with John Moore superstars from every up problems on the east side of town the forty east of I seventy only down to one lane as you may well okay there just pick it up east of I seventy one down to one lane at Central Park eight she wants to open back up and what it's done is it's jammed up eastbound I. seventy all the way back almost I twenty five and it jammed up eastbound choose seventy all the way back to I twenty five all the way across commerce city both highways jammed up solid as I said they just picked up the codes of overt right now the gateway Jack Dr they were the only radio station of flies a look up and this is why we want to give you the most up to date traffic information so you've got at least no you know what we're still down to just one light just one late east out of Central Park that's the I wish they would get these codes out here so we can get going so expect big delays on these belt I seventy backed up for like forty five east up to seventy backed up for my twenty but because construction is still got you down to just one late at Central Park west bell day seventy we were down to one lane at two two five that is but picked up that's look a little bit better he got a graduate or about two to five approaching I seventy only the right satellites getting violently the still block there Mississippi is jammed up because of an accident over to do but there's a record set up in Mississippi want more all right we've still got that water main break in your way other still try to get a rebate was about to wrap up close well back to Holly.

"bell day" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"bell day" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Or five years from now so there's not really a date to the train and the train also on a Mike wears the hat so what did the favor of getting me this nice today which only costs a dollar by the way if and I said you know I feel bad I only lost it and then I had it in and my shorts pocket you know so so then the ideal is the dream one stated that day even though nothing else about the claim was stated to that particular day so that's the main strange like havin a phenomenon which states the drain like it could be like today's newspaper suddenly shows up up in a drain that could be like I spent five years prior all five years from now well in terms of the strange animal lax there a lot of weird things on this planet earth there there certainly are I I when he was asking that I think what popped into my head was the to put copper just from when I originally heard about it going back to the art bell days in the nineties there was something that just seems so freaky and captivating about about the way it was described and and just you know it had that quality of menacing other worldliness that really captured my imagination the other stuff that he was talking about now the date thing is interesting it did if you could milk that it might be a good way to get the lottery numbers but it.

"bell day" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:56 min | 3 years ago

"bell day" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Warning water tested lady bird lake those results to come back with no toxins found in the water at lady bird lake we did see some signs of low levels of toxins at two sites that were taken near red but I'll share hardly assistant director of watershed protection says read but I'll will remain closed in the city is still warning people not to let their dogs in the water until further notice in the wake of last weekend's mass shootings in el Paso and Dayton Austin police will be thick downtown for the Austin pride festival and parade this weekend a Susan G. Justin Newsome says you'll see many officers in around the parade in addition to all the cops that you'll see visible there are plenty of cops and plenty of plans that are behind the scenes that you won't see McHale BJ radar weather watch eyes over a hundred this afternoon I'm Robert would get news on demanded newsradio Gail B. J. dot com welcome to our somewhere in time tonight featuring coast to coast area from August sixth two thousand one from the high desert American southwest we do good morning good afternoon were you maybe across this great land of ours well beyond this it's close to does a cleared on over five hundred radio stations internationally on mark bell day to you lots of things to do in the next hour first hours would be more less open lines a few objects to make you what's next hour Brendon cook in forever are going to be here they're the G. I. S. people and what they do is freaky freaky and you might want to ask yourself what you want to really hear this or not they take tape recorders into graveyards blank tapes tapes that have never been reported on in any way ever and they record the voices of the departed that's really the only conclusion you can come to that's when they come to it will have those voices for you throughout the evening alright let's see what's going on well number one the big foot story of last week the gentleman who had hit in a high speed crash a seven hundred pound.

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Preventing radicalisation

Correspondents Report

05:06 min | 3 years ago

Preventing radicalisation

"Now in the aftermath of the Christ Church terrorist attack. Our Europe, correspondent investor weight off exploring Britain's deregulation program. It's called prevent in the past year referrals of extreme right-wingers have soared nearly forty percent as white supremacist conspiracy theories. Explode online Lynton traveled to a prevent workshop in the British Midland, he was given a lift by the program's regional coordinator will bell day Linden asked him how the torrent of misinformation might be tackled. The sad reality is, we don't really know how to resolve this in the long term. But certainly this constant willful misrepresentation of facts and misinformation. That's out there on line is becoming one of the one of the judges of our time. We driving through the middle of the UK some of these areas. We're driving through have been odd spots for right wing thought it right wing extremists. Referrals to the programs. Can you explain the central contradiction for me, which is fun, so hard to fathom about how it can be that the grandchildren of mean who went and fought against non sees British soldiers can somehow can fight Nazi audiology with British nationalism? That is a really difficult one. And I think they see themselves in that lines. Although they've used to the likes of Hugh me clearly seemed to echo the views of, of the Nazis of the Third Reich. They don't see themselves as near nonsense. They see themselves as defenders of their identity with us, particularly cultural identity. They see themselves as defending that country against high levels of immigration defending so-called extinction of white people that they're both into the ideas of their nauseous, but on the Browns, but we see from time to time images of. Able giving the solution of the third, right? And we say swastikas, sometimes in Britain just about the, the foot on extreme right-wing supposed VAR is that comes down to the concept of piercing purity of race. And that's where they are aligned with the ideas of Adolf fiddler on the nonsense. They define themselves. It's a fool of identity politics, on the on the other side, white identity politics define themselves, by purity of them whiteness, which is one of them why one of the most effective interventions that we do with such individuals is DNA test, because when they realize it actually then not pure white, and that in a comes from or across the world, including Africa. It's a it's a real hammer blow to their ideology. Tell me more about denied test. I've told me an anecdote of the most striking case you've had with where you've done that. And what's happened to the post at one guy? Right down in TIs. But you I thought lobby because he. Aided another the result was free, but the result was somehow anathema to. But he actually broke down in tears, when he realized the, the no daddy's that under the skin MerVal sign, regardless of skin, color, because it absolutely turned did it twenty years of ideology belief on its head on this, like break down in tears out of completes recanting of all of his views on in the space of just a few moments how much pain he goes to other people in our fell that he was positive that roar Dirk una community as well. It was part of a near Nassir is aviation. His job was to recruit other people to become part of that near not so what is -ation, he would retain the go out on a on a Friday or Saturday nights yet, drunken, look full someone who was black Asian to attack and book, not for the money enough water for. No. The reason that they were black. He felt that people have covered with the enemy. And then they must be forced to every opportunity. Either the more he fought against cutter, the vessel to come into the UK and he was getting himself ready for race. Wall went white people would rise up and find people of color on a grand scale civil war like are we making progress? Do you feel more hug flawless, since he started his work dot moments. Look ahead and I feel quite mystic. But look at the young people that we're working with now in the schools, and I feel I'm making a difference. I think if I didn't believe he would making a difference book buck up and go. Because the prospect, it'd be too depressing, but I think it's gonna get worse. It gets. Be too long fascinating drive, therefore Linton Besser talking to will bell day from the UK's deregulation program prevent.

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"bell day" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

06:36 min | 3 years ago

"bell day" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"It's important for blood sugar. It's important for the bones. It's important for the brain it opposes calcium. Calcium has a contracting property, it has a tightening property and too much. Calcium can cause your muscles to contract causing problems with your with your. Heart magnesium balances that out to to the extent that if you have a heart attack, they'll sometimes put magnesium writing, your heart. Yeah. I was gonna I was gonna say that they also use it for your regular heartbeats too. Don't they? It's nature's calcium channel blocker. You know, there's a class of drugs that people take for for cardiovascular, health issues and for blood pressure blood pressure health issues, called tau Siham channel blockers. They have a reputation among pharmacists as being among the most deadly of all drugs. Magnesium is a natural calcium channel blocker. It will allow you to wean yourself off or at least lower your dose of your of your calcium channel blocker drive. That's one of the things about supplements. Georgia's people always ask are these going to interfere with drugs. Well, they'll interferes your drugs to the extent that they'll make your drugs work better. So you'll be able to wean yourself off or at least take a lower dose of drugs when you get on a nutritional supplement program. First time caller, Jim and Bellingham Washington is now with us. Hi, jim. Go ahead. Georgia longtime listener, thank you back. The art bell days. Lifetime nightshift worker. I have a dear friend of mine. It's I've been watching her decline, and she doesn't have a computer or anything. So I bought the book, Dr Wallich book doctors don't lie it, let her do some research on her own see if she can't figure out maybe the vitamins and stuff that she may need. And so she did some reading and researching and I do believe her systems neurological, and it suggested that she and checked rattlesnake venom. I've never heard that many in on this show. I was wondering maybe you could elaborate where she would get this. Are you saying in the dead doctors don't lie book, he talks about rattlesnake venom? Yes. For cognitive issues. Did you say or neurological issues? Yes, neurological issues I do. But I believe that's what she has. Well, then them snake venom. And be venom venom in general has some pretty interesting properties neurological support properties and also anti-inflammatory properties. They're they're using it for they use it venom for arthritis because of. It's anti-inflammatory properties. It's actually it stimulates the body's immune system is how it works. But I hadn't heard about rattlesnake venom for neurological properties. I'm gonna have to pass on that one. That's not really a nutritional strategy talk about why if the rattlesnake bite you could you die yet. They inject you with the rattlesnake venom. Because when they for whatever reason whenever you take a we every take venom your body produces anti-venom. So if you have just the right amount of venom. And I'm not sure if it's if it's how medicinal venom works. But if you have the right amount of Adam and actually stimulates your body's defense mechanisms. It's it's part of it's a biochemical process called hor measles HR and the SIS which is a biochemical or chemical mechanism where a little bit of poison stimulates your body to make anti poison. Maybe that the venom that's medicinal. Venom is is less concentrated or more dilute than the rattlesnakes him. But it turns out that a little bit of. Poison is actually a good thing. She said, what doesn't kill us makes us stronger, and that's the whole concept of formulas. Let's go to anonymous in Pennsylvania now. Hello there. Anonymous, go ahead hoping to tap into Dr Fuchs experiences a dermatologist as well as a nutritionist pharmaceutical just person, I sure I've had a really negative experience with I went to with a dermatologist would simply be simple problem. Let's just say beta saw a second dermatologists triumphs in alone. Two rounds, the doxycycline and steroids steroids steroids. I it's a it's a nightmare. What I'm UV sensitive. And sometimes you're waiting months to see specialists in the last specialist. I saw said your one percent of the population. Do you want me to do for you? Some stuff, and you know, what are you? What are your symptoms? If I'm out in the sunlight, I will start to break out not just in hives, but more like a key Lloyd kind of thing. And basically I went through an AFL axis and the UV sensitivity was so bad. If I'd go in grocery stores at might. I'd have adult living at home with me. I take so much of it. Get back in a vehicle and say here get the rest of the groceries. I mean, it was that bad. I've killed a couple of things for you. Okay. Your immune system is freaking out is what it is. And your skin is very very sensitive. Whenever that happens. You want to work on your fats, especially essential fatty acids, and fatty vitamins sensitive skinny in general, yours is extremely extremely sensitive the sensitive skin in general is a scientist immune system is jumpy and that has to do with two things number one fats and fat deficiencies as we were talking about earlier. And Secondly, talk society that's getting into the blood from the digestive. Tract would I be doing? If I were you is a couple of things first of all noticing. Condition gets worse. And then connecting it up to specific foods that you ate very important strategy for dealing with all inflammatory or sensitivity immune conditions is backtracking to your digestive civic foods at entered into your digestive system. That's first thing. And then Secondly, I'd be working on making sure getting enough fats and fatty vitamins, particularly omega fast, you get those in the ultimate EFA's. You may also need digestive. Enzymes to help you absorb those fats. Focus on a digestive system. Focus on fats any in Alabama's with us. Now. Hello any go ahead. Dan. Hey, thank you for coming on the show. I would just like to ask you to you know, way to keep fluid off and fluid simulates when you donate, right? And you get constipated it can cause you to get bragging get flirted, but kill me away keep fluid off. Yeah. You got to move your body circulation. You got it. You sounds like your lymph system is clogged. Maybe you're you're circulate. Your blood system is clogged treadmill action. Ben that helps to Sagan. Little treadmill action helps to exactly I love a rebound. Her mini trampoline. I get on one every morning, even if you don't want to go out and spend money on a mini trampoline or the treadmill. You don't go to the gym just doing brisk walking is very important. It sounds like you're holding onto fluid 'cause you're circulatory system is not working as well as it shut. Now, you may also have some kidney problems, and that's very common. I if you have any kidney issues, that's gotta.

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